This book gives a rigorous treatment of entanglement measures in the general context of quantum field theory. It covers a broad range of models and the use of fields allows us to properly take the localization of systems into account. The required mathematical techniques are introduced in a self-contained way.
Stefan Hollands is a German theoretical and mathematical physicist holding a professorship at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, Leipzig University. His interests are in quantum field theory and general relativity theory, including their connections and applications to other fields such as string theory or cosmology.
Ko Sanders is a Dutch mathematical physicist who works as Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences at Dublin City University. His research focuses on mathematical and foundational aspects of quantum field theories in curved spacetimes.
Introduction.- Formalism for QFT.- Entanglement measures in QFT.- Upper bounds for E_R in QFT.- Lower bounds.- A: The edge of the wedge theorem.